I Couldn't Want You Anyway
I don’t know if there is any other word to use for this man’s incredible voice.
Jack Garratt has entered the music scene with the release of his debut song “I Couldn’t Want You Anyway.” At first listen, this young artist has an almost Bon Iver-esque sound, with sweet and seductive vocals that covers a wide range of scales. This song showcases Garratt’s sophisticated sound, a soft voice like a whisper that sits in your eardrums and caresses your mind. The lyrics are hauntingly simple and the beat of the piano and drums never takes away from the beauty that is this song. Only his first single, we anticipate everything wonderful from this bearded Brit.
Where Did The Love Go
Just call this a modern day love song,
Bipolar Sunshine, or as his friends call him Adio Marchant, released his new single “Where Did The Love Go” while putting the finishing touches on his debut record, releasing later this year. The song cannot be put into one genre and that is how Sunshine wants it. He has a little bit of pop, a little bit of soul, and a little splash of electronic in his work. Sunshine sings of the very known story of a girl whose heart was broken by a previous lover and all he’s asking for is a chance at her heart. The song has a laid back feel, and brings some sun to these cloudy winter days we are all having. Keep an eye out for Sunshine’s record because if it’s anything like his EP Drowning Butterflies, and this new single, it will bring some sunshine to your days.
Good female vocalists make me swoon, weak in the knees, find it hard to breath.
All of the above gets checked off by the lovely Beldina.
She has released her new song ‘Blow Me Away’ ahead of her mixtape, Opening Act, due out this March. Beldina has captured a true soulectro sound, a mix of her soothing soul voice with the electro beats that make for quite a combination. “Blow Me Away” is a catchy song about a beautiful woman who literally blows the singer away. Without knowing how or why, the singer embraces this gorgeous person and captures a beautiful scene in the lyrics of this song. Beldina has that addictive sound and will continue to blow us away with her music.
This leading lady is quickly becoming one of my favorite artists.
Naomi Pilgrim has released another song off of her debut EP called “Rainmakers”, co-written with Jan Kask. This rounds out Pilgrim’s whole self-titled EP, released earlier this week with “No Gun” and “Money.” The uniqueness of Pilgrim’s sound makes her stand out among other musicians. This beautiful song displays Pilgrim’s picturesque voice mixed perfectly with the right amount of instrumental melodies. Listen to her whole EP and mark her down as one of your new favorites.
Not Giving In (Jontron Remix)
When Denver based Producer/DJ Jontron isn’t partnered with Dragon, playing one of Colorado’s numerous festivals, or opening for some of the biggest acts at Beta Nightclub, he’s busy making beats. This long-time Denver favorite recently sat down to put a deep house spin on Rudimental’s emotional drum n bass ballad, featuring John Newman and Alex Claire.
With a sultry deep house tempo, the horns and the repeating “Not Givin’ In” pay homage to the original, while taking on a groovy persona worthy of any dancefloor. In fact, we’re pretty sure you’ll catch this one at Beta sometime really soon.
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Who’s going to be lighting the decks up this week? Peep the killer talent below.
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Come Alive (Le Youth Remix)
There’s absolutely no denying the immense pop power of Chromeo and Toro Y Moi‘s latest collusion “Come Alive”, which is without a doubt one of the catchiest and alluring tunes in everyone’s stream of consciousness at the moment, and to think any more energy could be symbiotically added on top was pretty far fetched before today. Enter Le Youth. The enigmatic L.A. based House and Nu-Disco producer – who by the way throws down some of the funnest live sets going on in the house clubs right now – impels a heavy dose of vigorous hi-hat shuffle, and four-four kick to bring both Dave1 and Chaz Bundick’s unmistakable vocals straight into the dance hall. Our real sense of enjoyment on Le Youth’s remix however was an impeccable employment of that tried and true classic house piano a la Marshall Jefferson that was made so famous all the way back in ’86, giving off a vibrant shine while adding another layer of depth to the entire movement. It’s early, but we assume more producers will take a crack at reassembling “Come Alive”, but for us right now, Le Youth takes the cake.